Their childhoods were not ordinary. Maybe they had a robot friend or an alien encounter or battled monsters, or found a magic book. Whatever the case, they grew up and moved on… or did they? From Fanbase Press comes a tale of what happened when their movie-like lives returned to normal. The Sequels #1 is on Comixology on February 20, 2019.
If you are looking for an easy way to read a selection of comics without paying a ton of money each week, comiXology Unlimited has grown quite a bit over the years to include indie comics, Marvel, and now DC Comics.
On December 5th, comiXology Originals will debut an exciting Special Edition of Goliath Girls issue #1 featuring never-before-seen process art, character development, script pages, and more from writer Sam Humphries and artist Alti Firmansyah. Goliath Girls continues with the all-new issue #2 debuting on the same day in both English and Japanese.
ComiXology Originals releases Elephantmen2261: Holiday Special, the first ever Elephantmen holiday issue by the long time creative team of writer/letterer Richard Starkings, artist/colorist Axel Medellin, with a stunning cover by Boo Cook, and a holiday backup story by Richard Starkings and Superfreaks artist Margaux Saltel.
ComiXology Originals debuts The Stone King today from Tyler Crook and Kel McDonald, kicking off a four-issue coming of age fantasy adventure.
ComiXology, Amazon’s premier digital comics service, reunites with Comix AF to announce the newest addition to the comiXology Originals lineup: Fair Trade.
ComiXology, Amazon’s premiere digital comics service, announced today the creative teams and titles for the next wave of comiXology Originals creator-owned comic books and graphic novels, during a press event today at Comic-Con International San Diego 2018.
Today, Marvel Entertainment and comiXology, Amazon’s premier digital comic shopping & reading service, announced the next exclusive comiXology Originals digital comic series Deadpool:Secret Agent Deadpool, a 6-issue bi-weekly series written by Chris Hastings, drawn by Salva Espin, with colors by Matt Yackey, and covers by David Nakayama.
ComiXology announced today it is releasing creator-owned comic books and graphic novels for the first time as part of its comiXology Originals program.
On Friday, June 1st, tune in to Twitch.tv/Twitch at 2pm PDT/5pm EDT for a major announcement from comiXology Originals via livestream.
DC Comics has launched a brand new Suicide Squad series that is a digital-first on ComiXology, Google Play, Amazon Kindle, iTunes, and Barnes & Noble Nook platforms.
Digital firsts are not a new thing at comiXology, and in June, Spider-Man will get his own digital comic exclusive in Spidey: School’s Out by John Barber and Todd Nauck.
It’s probably no secret by now that both ComiXology and Marvel have begun their own “unlimited” digital comics services, each adding new books on a regular basis. Granted, ComiXology has comics from several companies, and it’s no surprise to anyone that the House of Ideas offers their own products. They are, however, working together on some levels. I’m conflicted when it comes to these services. Let me tell you why.